2009: A post-coital Joseph lying in bed with Mary, with the tagline "Poor Joseph. God was a touch act to follow." 2011: Virgin Mary staring at a positive pregnancy test.
Whether you're horrifically offended, mildly amused or somehow just non-plussed, one thing's for sure: Reverend Glynn Cardy isn't afraid of a controversial advertising campaign.
Vicar for Auckland's Anglican St Matthew-in-the-City church, the New Zealand priest maintains that his attention-grabbing poster is not designed to offend - it's designed to provoke discussion and bring the Nativity story into the modern world.
First rapping reverends, now this? Really?
Speaking to Stuff.co.nz, Rev. Cardy said: "As in the past it is our intention to avoid the sentimental, trite and expected to spark thought and conversation in the community."
"Although the make-believe of Christmas is enjoyable - with tinsel, Santa, reindeer, and carols - there are also some realities," he adds.
Put up outside his church on Tuesday, December 13, the billboard will remain up until Christmas Day - but will remain on the internet forever.
If you'd like to let St Matthew-in-the-City church know what you think of the billboard, check out their Facebook page, where you can become a fan and enter their caption competition. No really, you can.